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A Failed Attempt to Create an International Community of Communist Asian Studies in 1955

Huaiyu Chen

the West. For example, in terms of sinology, Soviet scholars first appeared in the Seventh Congress of Junior Sinologues in Cambridge in 1954, which took place after the death of Stalin. From August 28 to September 3, 1955, for the first time, two

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French Perceptions of Macau as Place and Space in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

Jingzhen Xie

a member of the Society of Foreign Missions of Paris but withdrew from the Missions in 1841 to pursue Sinological studies. In 1844, he was appointed interpreter and secretary to Théodose de Lagrené (1800–1862) who was sent by Louis Philippe, king of

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Of Words, Change, and Transplantations

Reshaping Chinese Concepts between Empire and Modernity

Federico Brusadelli, Anne Schmiedl, and Phillip Grimberg

Sinology toward the use of conceptual history as a powerful analytical tool—especially to address the pivotal moment the Empire met the “modern” out of the traditional paradigm of the active West versus the passive East—but also to enlarge the scope of

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Anton Jansson, Kai Vogelsang, and Nele Kuhlmann

address. First, he writes against the backdrop of a long sinological tradition that tends to project modern concepts into Chinese history: hence, “ideology” has been imputed to Chinese thinkers from over two thousand years ago. Spira discusses such cases

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The Copernican Revolution in Ideology Research; Exploring the Ubiquity of “Progress” in Modern Chinese Thought; History beyond History; Three Stages of the Danish Welfare State through the Prism of Citizen Categories

Tobias Adler-Bartels, Egas Bender de Moniz Bandeira, Kirill Postoutenko, and Johan Strang

common theme produces a largely coherent, but kaleidoscopically diverse and highly instructive ensemble. The chapters represent the state of the art in sinological research and in many places considerably advance our knowledge of Chinese intellectual

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Peace and Reason of State in the Confucius Sinarum philosophus (1687)

Daniel Canaris

. La filosofía moral de Confucio por Michele Ruggieri, SJ: La primera traducción de las obras de Confucio al Español en 1590 . Bilbao : Mensajero . Mungello , D. 1989 . Curious Land: Jesuit Accommodation and the Origins of Sinology . Honolulu

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Louise K. Davidson-Schmich, Matthew Hines, Thomas Klikauer, Norman Simms, Jeffrey Luppes, Stephen Milder, Robert Nyenhuis, and Randall Newnham

, Japanology, and Sinology) of its authors provides a unique contribution to the study of cross-regional international affairs. Further, the wide geographical coverage of the contributors’ institutions provides for a truly global perspective. The book

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The Russia/China border

Where geographies, histories, and hegemonies meet

Dominic Martin, Natalia Ryzhova, Alessandro Rippa, Madeleine Reeves, Franck Billé, and Caroline Humphrey

contemporary China. First, the China Studies field is re-orienting itself, trying to move away from some of the methodological nationalism, and a certain exceptionalism that has characterized such sinological research to date. And as studies of global China are